Individual family members—and families as a whole—interact with other people and families as part of their daily lives. These interactions are their involvement with the micro-communities that surround them. Families interact with their schools, their neighbours, their church, their sports clubs, their hobby societies, their local businesses, their neighbourhood, their town, their virtual communities, and potentially many other micro communities too.
It’s these micro-communities that form the backbone of our daily lives and the fabric of society. Later in 2024, there will be a Freaky Thinking book targeted to help micro-communities think differently about big issues that either impact them—or that they want to change.